Access is restricted along a popular stretch of the beach until at least mid-July because of work to protect the shoreline from coastal flooding.
A neighborhood of vacation homes off the coast of North Carolina has become a symbol of the effects of rising oceans.
A major restoration project aims to protect the Jamaica Bay area — and all of New York — by returning salt marshes and sand dunes to their natural states. But will it be too late for the people of Broad Channel?
From her New Orleans restaurant, Melissa Martin sees the environmental damage that could end the region’s rich culture of food and fishing.
A winter storm watch was in effect from eastern North Carolina up to New England. Meteorologists said that slight changes in the storm’s track could shift snow totals drastically.
An attempt to rebuild a beachfront pool turned into a much bigger story about the threats of erosion and overdevelopment on the island.
In rural Japan, the unstoppable forces of nature meet the immovable determination of the construction state. Can this village survive?
Hurricane Ida ravaged places that were once stream beds and wetlands.
As the climate changes, rising and warming seas will bring more supercharged storms.
Louisiana is no longer an outlier.
With dozens of countries struggling to manage both staggering debt and mounting climate disasters, some financial leaders are debating green debt relief.
On the Outer Banks, homeowners in Avon are confronting a tax increase of almost 50 percent to protect their homes, the only road into town, and perhaps the community’s very existence.
An environmental assessment said the project’s next step would largely benefit coastal areas, though it might also affect some marine life, especially dolphins.
The temblor was one of three powerful earthquakes that were recorded within eight hours off New Zealand, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
Researchers believe the vessel is the Caroline Eddy, a ship built during the Civil War and wrecked in 1880. “It was a sea like a mountain,” its captain recounted at the time.
The deep bonds residents have for their coastal community have been tested by three epic hurricanes. Many wonder whether it’s time to leave.
Americans may be finding some common sense about building homes in vulnerable areas.
Unless we learn to adapt, only the rich will be able to avoid the ravages of climate change.
Rolling back regulations ignores the central lessons from the country’s largest oil spill.